Land: CORK, In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN NEWTON MORIARITY Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt & M. Taylor _________________________________________________________________________ In the Court of the Commissioners for the Sale of Incumbered Estates in Ireland CITY OF CORK In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN NEWTON MORIARITY and Insolvent, continued in the name of George WATERS, junior, his Assignee and Thomas Hillgrove MAYBURY, OWNERS: Ebenezer PIKE, Petitioner Copyright 2007, Ireland Genealogy Project Archives, All rights reserved RENTALS & PARTICULARS OF; [Edited and Condensed where necessary] The houses, Tan-yards and Premises situate partly in that part of Mallow-lane, now called Clarence-street, partly in Hillgrove-lane, partly in Allnutt's-lane and partly on the watercourse, in the Parish of Saint Anne Shandon. and City of Cork Held for the residue of term of 999 years from 29th September 1751 To be sold by Auction at the Sale Rooms of Mr. Roger B. EVANS, South Mall, Cork Thursday, 11th February, 1858 at the hour of twelve o'Clock NOON The biddings will be submitted to Mr. Commissioner HARGREAVE on Saturday the 15th of February, 1858 without further notice to any person _______________ For Rentals and further Particulars apply at the Office of the Commissioners, 14 Henrietta Street, Dublin, to Richard Nevill PARKER, Solicitor No. 11 South Mall and No. 37 Hardwicke-street, DUBLIN, having the Carriage of the Sale; Francis Robert BAILY, Esq., the Receiver, No. 35 South Mall Cork; or to James A. ROBINSON, Engineer and Geographer to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, Ordnance Map Agency Office, No. 16 Henrietta-street, Dublin. _____________________________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS ________________________ The premises to be sold are held under an Indenture of Lease dated 17th April, between John ROGERSON, Esq., then of the little Island in the County of Cork, of the one part and Thomas Hillgrove, then of the City of Cork, merchant of the other part whereby the John ROGERSON demised to Thomas HILLGROVE ALL THAT AND THOSE, a waste plot of ground on the east side of Mallow-lane, in the north suburbs of Cork, containing 126 feet in the front to the street; extending backwards to the Watercourse, 80 feet to Watercourse and bounded on the West with Mallow-lane; on the North with Kearney's ground and the holding of John ALLENET; on the East with the Watercourse and on the south with COPPINGER'S ground and the holding of John MORRIS. Lease for term of 999 years at the yearly rent of £21 1of the then Irish currency equal to £19 7s. 8d. present currency payable half-yearly September 29 and March 25th. The above property is situate between Clarence-street (formerly part of Mallow-lane) and the Watercourse-road, intersected by Hillgrove House. The locality is remarkably well situated for business purposes. CONDITIONS OF SALE: The purchaser shall not be at liberty to require evidence of the title of the Lessor in said Lease dated 17th April, 1751, or to object by reason of any incumbrance affecting his interest. ______________________________ RENTALS Gale Days 1st May and 1st. Nov. DENOMINATION TENANTS' NAME YEARLY RENT Mrs. Mary Byrne Rep. £27 13s. 10d. 1] Clarence-street of Richard NEWTON formerly called Mallow-Lane and Hillgrove-lane Five Houses and Convent Premises NATURE OF TENANCY: Lease dated 12th July 1803 from Thomas HILLGROVE, Peter DUMAS and Susan MAYBURY to Richard NEWTON for house, out-offices, yards, garden and premises bounded HILLGTOVE'S concerns and extending to COLE"S concerns as formerly held and enjoyed by the late Mr. Daniel CURTIS, and then lately by Barry YELVERTIN- SHETTICK. Leased for the term of 300 years at the yearly rent of £30 late Irish currency and contains a covenant that Richard NEWTON and all assignees should be at liberty to surrender the premises at the end of every seven years, giving twelve months notice in writing to Thomas HILLGROVE, Peter DUMAS and Susanna MAYBURY, or their assigns. Also a covenant that NEWTON [et al keep the premises insured against fire in the sum of £300. __________________________________________________________________________________ OBSERVATIONS: The original lease is not forthcoming, but a compared copy taken from the tenant's part of lease will be handed to the purchaser. -------- 2] Clarence-and Mrs. Mary Byrne £8 4s. 1d. Hillgrove-Lane CONTINUED 2d] Ditto Mrs. Mary Byrne £4 2s. 1d. NATURE OF TENANCY: Lease dated 12th April 1845 from Henry MAYBURY to Mary BYRNE widow of the undivided two-thirds of a dwelling-house with the yards to rere thereof bounded on the North by house and premises then occupied by William FLANAGAN; on the South by premises lately held by Mrs. RIORDAN; on the East by the alley to the convent, also four houses in Hillgrove-street occupied by William MAHONY; Mrs. COAKLEY; Daniel CONNOR and Charles McCARTHY, bounded on the North by Mrs. TRACEY"S Tan-yard; on the south by Hillgrove-street; on the West by Michael DUNNE'S Tan-yard and on the East by John COLE'S premises and Austin HARLEY'S tan yard, for the term of 259 years from 1st May, 1844 as £8 4s. 1d. OBSERVATIONS: The original lease is not forthcoming, but a compared copy of taken from the tenant's part of lease will be handed to the purchaser. -------- Gale Days 25th March - 29th September 3] Ditto [CONTINUED] Michael DUNN Rep. £16 12s. 4d. NATURE OF TENANCY: Lease dated 26TH August 1812, from Thomas HILLGROVE, Peter DUMAS and Susan MAYBURY, Widow to Patrick DUNN of the dwelling-houses, work-houses, out-offices, yards, garden and premises bounded on the East by Daniel McGRATH'S holdings; on the west by Mallow-lane; on the South partly by Bulldog-lane and partly by John MURPHY'S back-house and on the North partly by William BRIEN'S holding and partly by the gardens appertaining to the houses in Hodder's-lane, for the term of 61 years from 25th March, 1831 __________________________________________________________________________________ OBSERVATIONS: The original lease is not forthcoming, but a compared copy of taken from the tenant's part of lease will be handed to the purchaser. -------- 4] Ditto John WALSH, Rep. OF £10 0s. 0d. [CONTINUED] Jeremiah MEAGHER NATURE OF TENANCY: Tenancy from year to year - determined 29th September each year. -------- 5] Ditto Samuel FLANAGAN, Rep. £5 0s. 0d. [CONTINUED] of William FLANAGAN NATURE OF TENANCY: Lease dated 26th August, 1812 from Thomas HILLGROVE, Peter DUMAS, to William FLANAGAN of the house and ground to rere lately in the possession of LEAHY the Baker, bounded on the Westby Clarence-street, on the North by Hillgrove's-lane and the Widow MURPHY"S house; on the East by the Convent and on the South by Joseph REGAN'S house. Lease for the term of 31 years from the 25 March, 1829 payable half-yearly. OBSERVATIONS: The original lease is not forthcoming, but a compared copy of taken from the tenant's part of lease will be handed to the purchaser -------- 6] Watercourse-Row Representative of £8 8s. 5d. Tan Yards and Thomas GONNELL Premises NATURE OF TENANCY: Lease dated 16th September, 1784, from Thomas HILLGROVE, Francis MAYBURY, Peter DUMAS, Peter DUMAS the younger (with consent of Thomas FOWLER) to Thomas GONNELL of the WASTE plot OF GROUND EXTENDING FROM THE CELLARS of Thomas FOWLER and the bounds of Mr. Daniel CURTIN'S concerns to the watercourse, reserving the lane and passage mentioned. Bounded on the North by the garden of Benjamin RICHARDSON, on the South by the holdings of Mr. William GALWAY; on the West by the concerns of Mr. Thomas FOWLER and Daniel CURTIN house and ground to rere lately in the possession of LEAHY the Baker, bounded on the West by Clarence-street, on the East by the Watercourse. Leased for the term of 500 years payable half-yearly OBSERVATIONS: The original lease is not forthcoming, but a compared copy of taken from the tenant's part of lease will be handed to the purchaser --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Source: FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.